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Octave Shift

We aim to provide free (as in "free lunch") electronic music in MP3 format, the good old bedroom production made with a smile. Our goal is not academic, we make and distribute music that we love doing, and that's all that matters. We encourage collaborations and special projects amongst musicians and we always love remixing and getting remixed. Our main goal is to never take ourselves and our music too seriously. You can check out our website for more information.

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Octave Shift
by Rod Drigg
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We could say this is electronic-pop, considering the second Octave Shift release, this time by a man-machine-puppet called "Rod Drigg". A splendid cover of "Radio-Activity" opens up the EP, followed by a 100% tracker-based remix of the original .MOD file of "My Prophecy" by Fred Korrekt, and ends with "89k", a unique and deep ambient song with choruses of numbers sung by speech synthesizers. Is this anti-mainstream-electronic-pop? We'll let you decide. On...
Topic: Electropop
Octave Shift
by Mechasonics
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Prepare yourself for good old stuff done on analog synths, mixers, and taped live to cheap old audio cassettes. Mechasonics bought a few old synths and hardware years ago, and these tracks are the result. It sounds like stuff out of 1993, dirty and old, and the tape hiss adds to the overall fun. Grab those light sticks, a whistle, and hitch a ride back to 10 years ago's drug-infested rave scene, when people didn't care about who played the music.
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Topic: Techno
Octave Shift
by Rod Drigg
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We had previously heard many of Rod Drigg's tracks before, but this new album completely blew us away when it was first released on CD, so we asked Mr. Drigg if this album could be made public in order for everyone to enjoy it. Merging trance, techno, electro, heavy metal, industrial and IDM together in a consistent blend of vocals songs done with a speech synthesizer, How To Cook This Society is both a pop album and a humoristic social commentary on life and nostalgia. While songs like...
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Topic: Electropop
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This is the first Octave Shift release. Two of Oeuf Korreckt's classic tracks get the Kakweer treatment in this old school Internet tracking collaboration. An explosion of nostalgic analogue-driven electronica reminiscent of those days when Kraftwerk was avant-garde. La première sortie de Octave Shift. Deux pièces classiques de Oeuf Korreckt subissent le traitement Kakweer dans cette collaboration "old school" via Internet. Une explosion d'electronica nostalgique et analogique, qui...